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Echogenetic

Echogenetic

Artist: Front Line Assembly

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Echogenetic
Echogenetic

Artist: Front Line Assembly
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3. Killing Grounds
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4. Blood
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6. Ghosts
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7. Echogenetic
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DETAILS
Format: CD
Label: Metropolis
Rel. Date: 07/09/2013
UPC: 782388088527

More Info:

With new album Echogenetic, long-running industrialists Front Line Assembly show a new facet of their respected band. Mastermind Bill Leeb, along with Jeremy Inkel, Jared Slingerland, Craig Johnsen, and Sasha Keevill, have created a concussive, driving opus. Completely guitar-free, the new album relies entirely on electronics. The opening chords of the seething Resonance set the tone, and segue perfectly into the complex percussion of Leveled and the anthemic dance track Killing Grounds.

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